I’ve always been a strong proponent of air drying clothing but life Seattle can be a challenge to consistently hang dry outdoors. Therefore floor standing racks have been my preferred method until recently. Unfortunately my floor standing drying racks didn’t cooperate with my 5 year old daughter chasing around my 90 lb golden retriever! I set out to design a rack that could be conveniently placed in an out of the way location. I also wanted to place the rack on or near a window to benefit from both ventilation and solar energy to help with the drying process. The last requirement was for the rack to be easily mounted and removed without additional hardware. What I discovered was with the proper geometry, suction cups are super strong and enabled me to achieve all my objectives! Once I had the design perfected I made a number of units for my family to enjoy but had no intention of getting into the business of building drying racks. Soon, I began receiving requests from people I didn’t even know wanting to know how much I sell them for! It was at this point that I realized my hobby would soon be more than just a hobby. It has been exciting to share my small innovation with people all around the world and I’m pleased to offer Windowdry with the cooperation of Project Laundry List.